Nile Rodgers, Marshall Jefferson and other pioneers tell the story of how disco's death gave birth to a house takeover. Emerging from troubled 1970s Chicago, it became dance music's most iconic sound.
How social unrest and Chicago's underground gay clubs led to a global dance movement
House Was Born: How social unrest and Chicago's underground gay clubs led to a global dance movement
House Went Global: How young black entrepreneurs created a music empire that eventually topped UK charts